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March 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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EIGHT, THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE PA MONDAY, M4.RCH 20, Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times Pei line, 9c cash, lOc charge ·LASSIFIED AD RATES- A.ds to Be Run 3 Times Per line, 7c cash, Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 60 cash, 7c chaige. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each hne. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--jSpecia/ No Ad Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAY I O K USED CARS INSIDE, OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings ttll 9 o clock Open Sundays till 3 D clock SEE OLR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CABS ~ 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 WE BOTH LOSE MONEY -- IF V OU DONT SEE VA\SCOYS USED CARS 250 E CRAWFORD PHONE 243 FOH SVLE--1930 Che\rolct Roadster ch"ap Call alter 5 P M at Oil Aetra Sti et USED CAR BAHGAIlsS SEE CtNTRAL SERVICE STATION B07 W CRAWFORD AVE Phone 201 Business Service Business Service Oflcred IS Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Three men e^pene iced in selling Household appliance Automo biles or Insurance To sell now ai 1 used cirs One man must be residence of Scottdale or Everbon To the ri£,ht paity of proved nbilitj v.ill g i v e diving account against com nibsions, P one 1234 for appointment Bennct Mo 01 Sales 2aG E Crsv, Corel Avenue STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wintcd to call on f mers in N Fajetlt Count-v No experience o c-ni tal required Mike t n to S12 a da \\ r te rurst . Thorrns Cand ci Bide Baltimore Md Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MAN FOR COFFEE HOUTE--Up lo S4a first \vccX Automooile R i \ e n a 1 * bonus Write ~v ills "105 ·Vlonmoulh Cincini ill Ohio WANTED--Two igh grade itn to sell Hosp lal Insuiancc "\\onderful cmor tunity Write S M Carroll Union to\\n P i Financial Need Money XEED CAS^-In a hur-y? W e l l lend you S300 or less on jour -Hcnaturc Personal Finance Company Phone 34 FARMERS t*ET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! IECRE b liO\V --You can find a market, for your farm products your (arm Implements your dairy products your Live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ncl In our Classified Section There you will find man people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation ot The Dally Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement, will be read by m a r y oeople who are looklnG (or iust the things you have for sale. NOTE All classified ads are payable in advance You will find our rates In the above Classified Hcadii E Farm Equipment 55-A Livestock Horses Cattle. Other Stock 48 FULL BLOODED--Be Icshiro seed hog for service Chas R FelRar at the Baile Farm R D 2 £, Connclls\ lie (Bell view) SEEDS TOR FIFLD AND CARDtN FERTIL7ZLR FARM IMPLEMENTS I EAE\ CHICKS! LOUCKS HARDWARE STORE T G V, CRAWFORD AVE PHONi. 135 56 Fuel Teed Fertilizers GOOD LLMPY -- Run of mine COT 100 bu 8c 50 bu 9c "5 bu ]2c delivered Cas, i Phone 2037 f inK Kobilla FOR SALE--Team of farm horse f U e vcars old C A Kenned^ located be twcen L,e:senring T-.O i and Varde-bilt GENUINE--Washing on Run Coal juovj i price. Wm Dull i. Son Phone 10J or I call Dawson ^261 and 3631 Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate TOR SALEl--FOR SAU2! SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Connc bvillc Scot dale Evcrson Mt Plca^an and lural sections of Faj ttte Countj Sold on s n a i l d o w n lajmc balance on monthly installments 5 to 35 jcirs to pa 1 . Only 5% Interest f nance c large If interested ki idly w r i t e phone or call in person FAYETTE RFALTY COMPANY 40o SECOND NATL BANK BLDG T D GARDNER MGR PHONE 137o CONNELLSVILLE PA Houses for Sale FOR SALE SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--T\\ o six roo-n houses tn good condiuon Price reasonable CORNER--Faycltc ind McCormick A\e nue One blx room house WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PPOYE 1"60 FOR SALE--Mor ell Avenue 904 brick bjngilow $5 000 CRAWFORD AVENUE WEST 13-iQ--Six room frame house bath and furnace Pr ce $1 800 ROBERT NORRIS PHONE 505 y. Eggs and Supplies 4D FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS BABY CHICKS--All breeds Purinfc FURNITURE REPAIRS ScRECOVERUvGi Startona Kcvstont, Feed Store 110 \V I PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST Anplc St Phone 10" I JUNIATA COAL--12c busl e cnsh de llveicd 25 bushel orders also delivered Robert Wei h Pho ic 4121 R-I2 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AU kinds James R Caughlin--INSUR ANCE See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Mo\ingr, Trucking", Stor^gre 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50 DULUS rRANfaFER CONNELLSVILLE PA FOR BEST SERVICE! Modern Storage Tor Household Goods MOVING--At reasonable rates A'l goods insured Will buy iurn ture Call 183 Miller Transfer 153 E Crawford Ave Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PBINTING WORK! Hand BLUsl--Binding!--Calling Cards I Bill Heads!---Letter Heads! For Rent CardsI--For Sale Cardsi No Trespassing Slgm For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteedl All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG OR FHONt, KESIDENCE 81. Household Goods Merchandise Articles for Sale BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Lsed Courier mats that are c\cellent for lining the inside o* your carafie barn chicken coop or ou buildings of an kind Selling at Ic each Inquire at The Courier Office FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits davenports dressers cojchcs and beds CcnJ and RIS ranges also good desks and V\ pev-rltcrs Special one child s large plav Jen DULLS STORAGE 122 E PEACH ST PHONE 50 Buildings, Building; Materials 53 Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A Clarke PH, G Driifijjtsl, 323 North PUtsburg Stre e t Phone 19*. COMPLETE LINE--Of She win Wi Hams Piin s for interior and extcr o pur poses S one Work Phone 17CO Business and Office Equipment 54 FOR SALE--Wood tock tjpeuriter guar antced in A 1 condition bpcc iS S21 95 New Roja! typewriter!) and ni.i\ Corom adding machines sold on easi pa:,iTK.nt plan Kestncrs Book Store 1"5 West Apple Street OUR CLASSIFIFD SERVICL Is as near us your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be me v. thout any further trouble on your part YOL KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classifed ad taker can tell you how to go afacu getting it Phone 12 or 13 SFE MERVIS FLRNITLRE COMPANY-- rotl BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES \RE ALWYiS RIGHT N O R I t l BtTTSBURG ET PHQNT2 2020 L I V I N G ROCn SUITE--Rug Mrs A 3 George l^G *·, Pgb St White Fror Apt Inqun e n f t c G 30 P 'M FOR SALE--Copper cHd COT! tto\ e c\ cellc it condit o i Bi Ram Call 2922 PcrropolK or w He Box 643 PRICL REDUCED TO * 100--On this property locitetl at 21G Huston A\tnue Six room frime house Iir-nediitc pos scss on Sec it toda\ Inquire Pau] Wngoncr 1009 West Crawford a v e n j e Phoie 148 Lots for Sale 85 FOR S \LE~2 lots 40x150 ft Eabt Scott dale Pr ce $1^0 Of! cich Ov-ner Ella Smith See Joe Grogan East Sco tdale Pi Auctions-- Legals Auctioneers Auction Sales 90 Wanted--To Boy 66 U ANTED 1MMEDIATEL\ -- Nice clean big unite ri^s We M ill p^y O| J 5c per pound C \ S t for -Ul you br np in Mason Mo or Co-npany 127 West Apple Strcc Phone D5 ALL, THE BEST opportunities n Con nellsvilie and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section IF IT CAN be sold at all it can be sold through ore of these Classified aaa EXTRAVAGANCb ard classified reading canrot exit-t toge her THERE IS a friendly spirit tn The Cou-ier Classified Department which TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE IO IN 36 16 37 n 30 ACROSS I--Jauntily 28--Uncooked indifferent 33--Sea-eajrle 11--Kindle aa-GermS 12-A continent 33 -^ v £" m 13--Whether " vcru , . IS--Near 34--Symbol for 16--Pages sodium (abSr) 36--Man a nlck- 17--Jumbled name WP8 37--Symbol for 18--Blown upon lead 20 --Charts 38--Exist 21--Angry growl 23--Have a general tendency 25--Harmonized 27--Arranged [n a line 28--Symbol for selenium 30--Warp yarn 31--An abnoxi- oua plant 33--Spanish river 35--Blue and yellow macaw 37--Ha-aailan tood 40--Within 41--Fluid 42--Type measure Aiuwer to previous puxzle 24-Elevator vanla cage 41--Prior Sfl--Greek letter 43--Yellow 27--Liberal flowered gift plants DOWN 2--Prom S--A dram 8--BeaX* 9--Appen- 4--Weep doges S--FUth letter 10 _ A Mow Heotw l l-5"f Alphabet J6--Blanches ti--The wattie 19--Mother-oi ot bird pearl 7--LUu »--Mother Ccpnfcbt 19JS Kits F.tt-d;-* Syaiotc, lex WANTED TO BUY--Antique bureaus B ail top dc^ks etc Also glaisv,arc over 50 eirs old Abnham 'Watson SmilHficId PT SAVE YOCTR BIG WHITE RAGS! THEM BRING, THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN OASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN AT Sc PKR POUND Rooms and Board Rooms for HoascRecpIng 69 TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS-For light housekeeping A]*o a sleeping room 124 W Apple Street Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 BEECH STHECT WEST SIDE 118» -- Tivc roo-i "Odc^n apart neit with bath and 1 ot water he-it Possession April 1st Reasonable ren Inquire Schnct dcrs Meat Marcel W Crawford Avenue or Phone 3( 2 Legal Notices. 91 l - X I - C L T O K S NOTICF NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\EN THAT ]ett(.rs testimcr irv on the cslntt, 01 11enr I: etlc deceased lite o' the Cit o: Conntl svjilt Fiycitc Countj Pa h a v e been Rranti-d to the undersigned to w h o m all persons indebted to sticl estate ncc requested to make immediate payment and those h a v i n g cla ms iKa" ^me w ill n-ike them known v, Ithout Sanucl D Bracmer Altornci Cl nslopher Fctte Executor 023 Morrell A\cnue, ConreUsMllc Pa I3ma Gt mon CASEYS PLAY SWISSVALE IN SENIOR FINAL TOR RENT--Two modern apartments 4 rooms and bath Al modern conveniences Heat hot and cold water far- rushed Phone 949 R FOLR ROOM APARTMENT-- Wrst floor private "bath ad conveniences 132 E Fair view Ave Business Places for Rent 75 REAR 122 EAST PEACH STREET-Room 30x60 for rent with ref igerator equipment Ideal place 'or beer dis tnbulor 01 gnr Q g_ Inquire Dull s Storage 122 Cast Peach Street Phone 50 Houses for Rent 77 HOUSE--Shop Crawfo-d Avc W S for u elding ga^ storage trucks etc Hefercrces Write Box 05 care Cour er Reel Estate for Sale SAY YOU \ R RENTER--You c a n t wish for that hoTie but ou can buy row for less th-m \ o j win later on Let us tell iou what v.c n-we Terms! PETER R WEIMER WUMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OS RENT! T C PHALJIM so CONHELLSVIL.UL PA PPOVE 975 GET GOOD B T OVEY for your extra household goods Put them or view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 tor an ad taker Continued from Page Se\en dveiage of six games a night Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday ard Friday along \vitr' two ]umoi clmina- tions Saturdiy afternoon the field has been cut down to a point ~\ ntre semi-finals and finals can be completed tonight Six games featuring nothing but the best will be on thi program D The game that has all tb e fin 1 talking is the final m the senio: bracket scheduled lor 0 la o dork be tween the Spishak-Caseys and tin suirling Swissvtle Independents Th Caseys pride o* the Tayette count? independent teamb just made th fin il round when they squeezed thiough to a 34-32 win OVCL their old rivalb O\eiholt Fridiy ni^ht An ·upset was in the iir as the game sta ted and \vith but a nod f om dame fortune \xould have been written in the official scoreoook for the j distillers missed shots enough m tne last period to have elimin ited the champs from the rurmir g Swissvale however did succeed in spilling the dope n a gome that left the capaci y croud limp and speechless Pacing mighty Morgantown ie\\ in the crowd gave it a ch«nce 4J11 agieed that it was a good team but not in a cla-^s with the Mountameeis Outscorcd 29 to 15 at the half Swissvale fought as couiageous a secotia hd f BS has ever been played ond trie old Aimoiy floor Paced by its sensational foiwaids Vaniel of Scott H gh and Ferguson formerly of Pitt Suissvale swept on to overpower Moigantown 46 to 44 Tonight it battles the Caseys for the toruney title and the gold award that goes with it To win the Caseys must stop Vaniel and Ferguson and to add to the locals misery, Bob Sirr- mers \Vaynesburg College ace will be at centei for Swissvale Both serni-f nals and finils ai e scheduled in tne lightweight and mnior divisions The Pai amour t Thea res meet a tough team at 7 o'clock in the Herm me Newsies and if successful in this game \ull come back at 11 o'clock to meet the winner of the Bake- s Garage-North Belle Veraon battle In the j ur lor division the crack WHTTTB4 FOR .WTO RELEASED BTf CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER TWENTY-BIGHT LGrsA LOOKED as pleased as an excited child when the evening for Dinah s party came finally, and she stood before her mirro" patting the waves in o her brown hair She was wearing her wedding dress and her checks glowed \Mth a flush that made her eyes look as dancing as Dinah s own "iou re as excited o\er this shin dig *is ou were o^ er your own weddi ig J m complained as he srrug-g-led with his tie Peering over her shoulccr his eyes met hera in the mirror and she bow^d to him demurely Do iou think Lh y 11 like me sir** she asl cil and laughed as h s b g arms closed suddenly about her shm body L-ike y o u ' His voice was husky I m afraid Uiey 11 like you too \vpll girl I \ e half a notion not Lo let you go You re mine do you u n J e r s ard that' Mine ' Jim you re hurting me' fae- cure in his possessu eness -she struggled away coyly You 11 muss my dress Let me go You re like a big bear she scolded A bear that likes his honey he shot back nonsensically, and they both laughed again She had never laughcO so much in her life, Lona thought as she lifted from its box tl"e trim corsige of rose buds JIPI had brought home for her to wear Like i t 7 he asked serious again as she fastened the fragrant circlet to her belt It was sweet, of you to think ot it, Jim ' she told him 'Im glad you brought one for Dinah, too She \o\ es it She stood on tip toe «i*id gave him a kibs a trim, tantalizing la tie pecK on the forehead that brought a protest. Is that all I get' he chided her Next time 111 bring; you a bouquet of wild flowers They were still giggling like a couple oC children as they went hand in hand across the hall to the Morris^ livm"" room Prom be hind the closed doo- the sound of \oices and the bubbling of laughter indicated that the g.uety was al- rcaOy under way For a moment the fear of people Lona had de velopcd in her long lonely years of reticence almost overcame her but she shook it off determinedly Was she to be that way always sho wondered 7 Aiu lya to bear the scars It was a crowded living- room into which they we"e ushered by a simhnq Mrs Morriss Dinah en throned m her chair like a reigrung queen uas silhouetted against the draped \\tnt ows She pulled Lona over to her possessively and went th oL^h the introductions with an air 2t sct-incd odd to hear herself called Mrs Bennett Lona thought as she nodded and smiled and tried to associate the names she had heard in Dinah -3 chatter of the pa-st few das Vvith the laughing young peoplL about her The girl in blue \Mth the stra ght black hair must, be Ethel Harmon, That would be Louis Davis beside her He ran the garage on Main street. CKcr on the d\\an was a curly haired boy named Jones One oC the Jones boys you kno\\ he told her solemnly as they v,ert. introduced Out in the dining room, hovering o^cr the great punch bowl which graced the w h i t e clothed table was another ourg man tall and anx ions looking He u as making a great ado of stirring and tasting and Lona kne\v lie must be Bobby Graces Pinky the pvano player was not yet in evidence TV.O of the girls were sisters They dressed alike in demure ruffled frockb and seemed comically inseparable lhe \vere Evelvn and Macolyn Arnold daughters of the Brighton undertaker T3v" and Mad the rest called them Sitting besice the Jones boy on the divan was a stately joung worran m a black dress smoking a cigaret ·\vith ostentatious ease Mrs Davis Dinah named her She was the v,ife of the garage keeper, and she ejed Ixinas simple frock with a frankly aDpraising- look Her lazy glance quickened v,hen Jim was presorted to her and she took a nonchalant puff of "I like them tall, dark and mystcnons looking,' she drwled. her clgaret before she ground it out on the ashtray beside her and sat up with a suddenly determined air that brought a laugh from the crowd Alice always goes for every man ' Dinah explained quite matter of factly and with no trace of malice, and the woman smiled agreement ' I like them tall dark and mysterious looking, she drawled in a throaty voice Tim bowed stiffly At your service madam he offered and they all laughed again. They were a merry carefree gang Lona lound as she sat beside Dmali s chair and smiled at the antics of the Jones boy who was trying to draw her out on the dance floor Before the party began the rug- had been rolled up neatly, and bcreath it, tne polished floor lay bare and gleaming They had be-T, gun to dance to the unsatisfactory music of a radio program v* Kile they waited for Pinky to put in his appearance He was it seemed un accountably late ' He promised to be here at nine," Dinah told them, frowning a little I can t imagine what s keeping him He D be fined if he s not here in fifteen minutes ** Bobby Graves consulted a wnst watch firmly The only piano player in town and ho has to be late It s outrageous "We ought to drink up all the punch on him " He suited action to words by draining his glass and going back for more. When he returned he had an inspiration. "You look like a pianist,* he told Lona. Bet you re holdin out on MB Come on, give us a tune " Sorry Ixna laughed. "I m afraid I m not a musician I can play Chopsticks and 'A Maiden s Prayer but you can t dance to those M 'How about the husband 9 " He crossed to Jim hopefully To Lona a surprise Jim allowed himself to be coaxed to the piano Ushered by the irrepressible Bobby he draped his long frame on the bench with a half apologetic glance at her amazed face ' They laughed when I sat down at the piano especially my wife, he bantered You see, I ve never told her about my past." 1ad ics and gen tlemen' Bobby insisted upon ceremonious I am ex-TRE ME-ly happy to present to you the attraction of the evening We have with us tonight In the flesh a real live cowboy singer and yodeler who will entertain you with some genu INB songs and-- er--yodels fresh from the Co\vboy, do your stuff 1 Jim cleared his throat ostentatiously as the room fell into an irt- terested silence and Zxina felt panicky He had never told her h« could sing What if he were only joking and they had taken bun seriously' It would be embarrassing He gri*ined at her teasmgly and in an exaggerated western, accent cul ed from the stage and radio, drawled a slow How -d ye do, pardners . . See n' that you all crave entertaimn ah II do ma level best t give you some of th old songs of the range But it s been a long" time--a most mighty long time serce ah been back out where men is men an* women knows their place An all kinda fergets th old songs, so yoll have t fergive me eC all am t jest up t snuff Ah 11 do the best ah km " His fingers had strayed into a low obhgato as he spoke the last few sentences In a clear baritone voice that was almost incredible to Lona he began to measure out a plaintive strain, Home aome on the range' When the deer and the antelope play, Where never is heard, a discour- ag2ng word ' He sang it sadly, hesitantly breaking a little as if it reined memories that hurt and a hushed silence hung over the room When he had finished, he sat for a moment, his head down his bands still on the keys and Lona felt her heart go out to him suddenly as it had never done before He looked homesick and she never had realized before how much, adnft ha was She had been, too busy with her own troubles to consider bJa He looked up at the crowd then, and smiled, and the spell was broken Applause broke out and they swarmed over to the piano, begging for more Why didn t you ten me*** Dinah reproached Lona from het chair and Lona shook her head laughingly He s shy about it" she explained unwilling to admit that she herself hadn t known * Give me my boots and saddles'" he was rollicking out now, laughing breaking- occasionally into an unearthly peal of modeling 1 that sent the listeners into gales of laughter For a full half hour they kept him at it. He went through. the whole repertoire of cow boy dittlea from Im a lone cowhand" to the plaintive Empty saddles in the old corral" Crowded against the piano they sang- with him, like a group of carefree children. (To Be Continued) CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES The second Inlf championship o£ the Church Daitball League can be decided tonight m he match betueen Baptists and Gieenuood M E By winning all three gimes the Baptists ·will eani the light to rreel United Btetrien fust half winners, Tuesday night at the Piesoyterian for the league title Merabeis of the United Biethien earr a e requested to get in touch with A L Beard or Joseph Corlton to find out the result of the Bapt st games Team manageis are requested to repoit to the chairman of the ticicet committee Tuesday as to the number of leseivations for the annual banquet Tuesday, March. 28, at Tumty Lutheran Chu eh NEMACOLIN IN FINALS, WINS TWICE Infra-red Photography Used to Get Convidion Del, Mai 20 -- Irfra-red p 1 logiaphy uas used for the first ine hcie to obtain conviction of a suspected bookma icr Detectives tested charred papeis seized m a la d on the home o£ Lolo V Evans Al er a week o£ soaking the pape- in chemicals and oils police sajd a photograph was tiLen and revealed alleged horse lace bets Swissvale Mcichantb the gas-house gang of the tournament collide with the speedy Donora Herald-Americans at 830 o clock the winner to play the nlented Nenacolm Indians the coolest and most genUemenly lean- in the tourned This final is scheduled lor 10 o clock Another capacity croud is assuied for torigrts piogram and fans are utged to come out eauy so as not to miss any of these final games Co itmued from Page Seven sound dclensive game PaUosky and Herchko weie high scoreis lor Pleasant Level while Jocco and Stiener starred foi Jean- rette The Nenacolm Irdians have been unanimously voted the most gentlemanly" team in the tournament The line-ups Nemacolm Indians G T Pts Cutler, f __ 3 3 9 Heibick, f 9 1 19 Sibenich, c . 1 0 2 George g - O i l Zaubi, g 2 0 4 Dent g - 3 0 6 Senior Team Presses Canton While Juniors Tie With Herron Hill Tota'a Pleasant Level HerchKo t Pavlosky f _ Hasson, c Kontia g Kontia g _ ~ 18 G 4 5 2 1 1 5 41 F Pts 2 10 Totals 13 3 29 Non-sconng substitutes--Sansone, DeBolt Score by quarters Nemacolm 7 8 12 14--41 Pleasant Level 6 5 5 13--28 Referee--Hyatt Umpire--Kline Jeannctte Shearers Shearei, f Tragessor, £ Jocco c Stiener, g Batghnar g Ryan, c Cole g Totals Xemacolm Cutlei E Heibicc, I G 1 1 6 2 0 2 1 F rts 13 4 30 G F Pts 3 0 6 9 3 21 6 2 14 Contiruect fiom Page Seven H Praiiei Sher ick, Dsvire and Floto cLd not qualify Junior High did not enter the breast strode evert The Carnegie Tech iclays concluded the season for the Connellsville swimmers \vho compiled a bulliant record winning every dual meet while retaining the W P I A L toga and finishing second in the ·west- ern second in the western regionals and t.nrd in the P I A A finals Eeords weie smashed freely in both blanches ol competition First to go by the boards was the 1938 ma.Jt by Westmghouse o£ 2 14 6 in the semoi 200-}aid breast stroke which uas shortened to 2 0 8 4 by McKmley in the qualifying round and lo\\ ered again by the same icam. in the final to 2 01 9 McKinlcy also cracked the 150- yard medley maik of 1 28 t, set by Strong Vincent in 1937 to 1 24 4, and achieved a third iccord in the 209- yard fi.ee style in 1 42 9, displacing Strong Vincents 1937 etort of 1 43 7. Herron Hill erased the oldest record on 'the books by negotiating the 100 yard backstroke in 59 4 second eclipsing the 1931 mark by Lang'ej of 1 04 7 The Hillmen bet- teied the To-yari medley record made in 1932 by Duquesne at 44 5 seconds win the new mark ot 43 ?. George, g Zaubi g Dent g Totals _ Score by quarters Nenacolin 11 1 1 0 0 2 0 21 6 48 g 14 14--48 Jeanneae 5 8 12 5--30 Referee--BUI Hyatt 7 Umpire--Tom Logan

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